Long day: Western beats Buffalo in septuple OT

The Western Michigan team warms up before the game between Western Michigan and Ball State on Saturday Sept. 30 2017 at Waldo Stadium in Kalamazoo Mich

Donnie Ernsberger scores OT TD, and his sister (so says her jersey) runs on the field before the game is over.

Western Michigan and Buffalo battled it out on the gridiron into seven overtimes Saturday, the Broncos finally winning the longest game in Mid-American Conference history. Western Michigan (now 4-2) was 32nd in the nation in scoring, Buffalo (now 3-3) was 100th. "To watch it happen with two-point conversions and two-point stops and field goals and missed field goals and all that stuff - the emotional roller coaster to be on - you fumble and then you get a stop, all the things that happened, what a great deal".

The two teams traded the lead back and forth all game long. That drew a flag, but Western Michigan made the PAT to send the game to a second OT. Johnson finished with 11 catches for 195 yards and two TDs, Holsey had six catches for 143 yards and one score and Osborn had seven receptions for 138 yards three touchdowns.

Do not fret about the hug possibly costing Western Michigan the game.

The problem? Um, well the game wasn't over and the Broncos got a 15-yard penalty.

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The 139 points scored by the two teams was the most in FBS history.

The game is now tied at 45 in the third overtime.

Western Michigan went on to pull out a 71-68 victory. It did exactly that, with a 12-yard Jarvion Franklin touchdown run ending the marathon game in the seventh OT.

The Bulls (3-3, 1-1) set the FBS record for the most points in a losing effort.

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